Please Note: Past syllabi are for informational purposes only. Course content, including required textbooks, varies semester to semester based on faculty. Syllabi are intended to give students a general idea of the course. Students enrolled in courses should use the syllabus they receive from their professor.  This list should not be construed as a complete list of Department offerings. 

HIST - Graduate Classes

  • HIST 502 Public History
  • HIST 503 America Before 1860
  • HIST 504 Topics in Environmental History
  • HIST 505 US History 1860-Present
  • HIST 506 History of Science/Tech/Society
  • HIST 507 Writing History
  • HIST 508 Historic Preservation
  • HIST 512 Topics in World History
  • HIST 513 Social and Cultural History
  • HIST 540 History Methods

HSTA - Undergraduate American History Classes

HSTR - Undergraduate European and World History Classes

  • HSTR 101IH Western Civilization I
  • HSTR 102IH Western Civilization II
  • HSTR 130D Latin American History
  • HSTR 135D The Modern Middle East
  • HSTR 140D Modern Asia
  • HSTR 145D Reinventing Japan
  • HSTR 205Cs The World Environment
  • HSTR 207CS Science and Tech in World History
  • HSTR 282CS Darwinian Revolution
  • HSTR 322 19th Century Europe
  • HSTR 324 20th Century Europe
  • HSTR 340 Age of the Shoguns
  • HSTR 342 Japan's Meiji Revolution
  • HSTR 345 Modern China
  • HSTR 353 Modern France
  • HSTR 359 Russia to 1917
  • HSTR 366 Middle East/20th Century
  • HSTR 372 The World at War
  • HSTR 375 Eurasian Borderlands
  • HSTR 376 Twentieth Century War
  • HSTR 407 Soviet Union: Rise and Fall
  • HSTR 415 Gender and Technology
  • HSTR 419 Modern Science
  • HSTR 423 European Intellectual History
  • HSTR 425 Mapping the World
  • HSTR 432 Colonial Latin America
  • HSTR 433 Latin American Perspectives
  • HSTR 435 Latin America: Human Rights
  • HSTR 436 Armed Conflict in Modern Latin America
  • HSTR 443 Gender in Asia
  • HSTR 467 History of Mountaineering
  • HSTR 468 The Making of Modern Turkey
  • HSTR 484 World Environmental History
  • HSTR 486 Museum History
  • HSTR 499R Senior Captsone Historical Methodology *course changes every semester dependent on professor*